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60 Cards in this Set

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Abhor
To hate deeply
amend
To change for the better
Buffet
to slap or cuff
chaos
disorder
commodious
roomy
corrosive
acidlike
discern
recognize
extant
destryoed
implicate
to involve in
inter
to bury
martinet
a strict diciplinarian
obviate
to remove
renegade
outlaw
reprhensible
deserving blame or punishment
somber
gloomy
squalid
filthy
turbulent
stormy
vociferous
loud and noisy
voluminous
numerous
waive
defer
animosity
strong dislike
apathy
lack of feeling
apprehensive
fearful or anxious
commend
to praise
compatible
able to get along or work well together
condolence
an expression of sympathy
consencrate
hallow
decrepit
ruined
deride
to ridicule
ingenuous
sincere
multifarious
having great variety
obsolete
out-of-date
omnivorous
eating every kind of food
parsimonious
stingy
quandary
a state of perplexity or doubt
recalcitrant
stubbornly dissobedient
reprisal
injury done in return for injury
revel
a wild celebration
stultify
cripple
suave
smoothly agreeable or polite
allocate
to distribute
ardent
impassioned
assiduous
persistent
brash
impudent
capricious
suject to whims or passing fantacies
chastise
to scold severly
copious
plentiful
deviate
to turn aside
emaciated
unnaturally thin
exult
to rejoice greatly
gnarled
knotted
indemnity
a payment for a damage or loss
inkling
a hint
limpid
clear
omnipotent
almighty
palatable
suitable for consumtion
poignant
touching
rancor
bitter resentment or ill-will
sophomoric
immatre and over confident
spontaneous
arising naturally